ReSound Becomes Preferred Hearing Aid Provider for Tinnitus Practitioners Association

ReSound has entered into a partnership with the Tinnitus Practitioners Association (TPA) to offer ReSound Alera TS hearing aids to members through the TPA Sound Solutions program.

The TPA is a non-profit organization that provides practical education and training to audiologists in tinnitus and sound sensitivity rehabilitation.  TPA Sound Solutions is a member benefit program that provides tinnitus products at group pricing rates.

“We chose ReSound as our preferred provider based on the flexibilityAlera TS of the Alera TS hearing aid to adapt to all current treatment programs for tinnitus,” said Natan Bauman, Founder, Tinnitus Practitioners Association.  “Alera TS provides varied Tinnitus Sound Generator signals and streams sound therapy directly to the hearing aid without the use of a body worn intermediary device, which is a huge benefit.”

One of the goals of the TPA is to encourage allied professionals to seek care from hearing care professionals that have specialty skills in providing tinnitus treatment.

The next TPA education course will take place in New Orleans, Nov 30-Dec.1, 2012.  For more information and to register, visit http://conta.cc/VVgpkx

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2 Responses to ReSound Becomes Preferred Hearing Aid Provider for Tinnitus Practitioners Association

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